Presentation on theme: "TUNDRA. DRAWING OF THE TUNDRA’S RESIDENTS. LOCATED AROUND THE NORTH POLE."— Presentation transcript:
DRAWING OF THE TUNDRA’S RESIDENTS.
LOCATED AROUND THE NORTH POLE
THE AVERAGE WINTER TEMPERATURE IS -34° C (- 30° F), BUT THE AVERAGE SUMMER TEMPERATURE IS 3-12° C (37-54° F) WHICH ENABLES THIS BIOME TO SUSTAIN LIFE Yearly precipitation, including melting snow, is 15 to 25 cm (6 to 10 inches) Yearly precipitation, including melting snow, is 15 to 25 cm (6 to 10 inches)..
THE CLIMATE OF THE TUNDRA IS USUALLY COLD AND DRY ACCORDING TO THE WEATHER. IT IS COLD WHEN IT RAINS. IT IS DRY WHEN IT DOES NOT SNOW OR RAIN. THE FLAT LAND DIRT IS ALWAYS FROZEN. IT IS NEAR THE ARTIC WHICH MAKES IT COLD.
THE WHITE RABBIT IS VERY COMPETITIVE, WITH OTHER RABBITS.
Polar bears eat seals. They live in places with ice. They weigh up to 1400 pounds. They get up to 10 feet tall. They give birth every 3 years.
“The Eurasion Lynx is the most numerous lynx species.” it uses its hind legs to run faster. It also bobs its head back and forth. They can queitly sneak up on there prey. They are twice the size of regular cats.